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Friday, 16 April 2010

"See what you mean" is our motto here at Dassault Systèmes. This slogan refers to what our PLM solutions can do and how they can improve the user experience. But seeing is not just a matter of software. You can use the best software in the world (these can be found here ;-)) but without a good 3D rendering, it is very difficult to “see what you mean”.

Advanced Micro Devices (aka AMD) is one of the key Dassault Systèmes' Technology Partners. Today, we are proud to announce that their ATI FireProTM professional graphics 3D cards family is referenced on the PLM MarketPlace. Users are now offered the possibility to ask for information about AMD's device and be connected to one of their people!

At Dassault Systèmes, we consider AMD's products as one of the key enablers to deliver the power of our software. Take a look at Fred's video in which he explains how are AMD 3D graphic cards provide accelerated performance:

Have a look at what these guys do, 3D rendering is simply amazing! Also, don't miss their new ATI FireProTM V8800 Professional Graphics, setting new standards.

Friday, 16 April 2010 10:57:20 (Romance Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Disclaimer  |  Comments [0]  | 

Wednesday, 07 April 2010

Intercim LLC, a global leader in Manufacturing Operations Management and Operations Intelligence software, congratulates The Boeing Company and the 787 Program team for the successful test flights of the first four most advanced aircraft in the industry. Intercim thanks The Boeing Company for the opportunity of being a partner on such a unique program.

The partnership between The Boeing Company and Intercim started in 2004. At that time, Boeing chose Intercim’s Pertinence Suite powered by Velocity® as a key component of the transformational manufacturing system processes defined for the 787 program. Building an airplane is an extremely complex and highly regulated process and Boeing was looking for a solution offering flexibility and scalability. The flexibility needed to be in how the company would handle reports and also gather data. In addition, Boeing wanted a scalable solution to keep pace with the growth of the program. Intercim was selected based on its ability to support these goals.

The first flight of the Boeing B787 on 2009-12-15

Today, Pertinence Suite in the 787’s Final Assembly is an important part of the Boeing toolkit that ensures materials and tools are accounted for throughout the process and installed according to the documented plans. On the shop floor, mechanics are equipped with a tablet PC and any information is available through the wireless device for real- time visibility on the production process of the airplane. The Pertinence Suite is helping Boeing’s partners and suppliers around the globe stay on track.

Pertinence Suite helps Boeing maintain a critical communication link with its worldwide supplier base. The solution supports the program with a real time and paperless process that improves production visibility. John Todd, Intercim CEO, concludes, “The extensive use of composite materials, a global network of component and subassembly manufacturing partners makes this aircraft truly unique; Intercim is proud to support the Boeing 787 team and to be part of this program. Our congratulations to The Boeing Company!

Wednesday, 07 April 2010 17:19:31 (Romance Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Disclaimer  |  Comments [0]  | 

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